A week after the killing of a young female artist and activist, protesters in the Mexican border city of Juárez took to the streets with a message to authorities: Don't let this crime go unpunished like
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At the start of this year an advert from People Per Hour – an online platform that connects businesses and freelancers – was banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for gender stereotyping.
China’s government has been trying to manage a public U-turn on one of its biggest, longest running and most powerful policy and propaganda campaigns for several years now, urging a generation of only-children
The Archives acknowledged in a statement this week that it made multiple alterations to the photo of the 2017 Women’s March showcased at the museum, blurring signs held by marchers that were critical Trump.
At the age of 25, I moved from Brooklyn to San Francisco to work for a data analytics start-up. The company had 20 employees, four of whom were women—a decent ratio, in 2013. My job was in customer support,
A new study adds to a growing body of research that suggests subtle differences in how women describe their discoveries may affect their career trajectories. Male authors were more likely to sprinkle like
Sexist Military Language Infiltrates Business Culture, Making it Tougher for Women to Rise in the Ranks
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to work with a Fortune 500 technology company based in Silicon Valley. Instead of talking about geographic regions like the US, Europe or Asia as "markets," the referred
CES, the leading consumer-electronics trade show, is facing criticism after picking Ivanka Trump to serve as its keynote speaker next month in Las Vegas, after years of being accused of overlooking the
Forty-six countries around the world have shrinking populations, and this number is set to rise to 67 by 2040. Some 60 years after the invention of the contraceptive pill, women are voting – powerfully
Weinstein’s presence at a New York bar is the latest in a string of increasingly brazen returns to public life by men who were credibly accused of sexual assault In the two years since #MeToo reshaped
Boston University Pays $144,000 after Firing a Woman Who Didn't Return from Maternity Leave. Here's Why
FMLA protects you for 12 weeks, but ADA can protect your job much longer. Maria Alves's employer fired her when she didn't return from her maternity leave. Well, to be fair, they gave her one extension
According to new research by McKinsey and LeanIn.Org, the biggest obstacle to women’s progress at work is not the glass ceiling keeping women from reaching the top levels of leadership. Instead, the researchers